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United KingdomHNP939J

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2007-06-01 14:08:00  |  Mike writes:

Car purchased in April 2007.
Rebuilt in El Paso, Texas 1990's

2011-07-03 06:51:32  |  pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 7/11

Auction description:
Lot 136 - 1971 Jaguar E-type Series III 2+2
136 - 1971 Jaguar E-type Series III 2+2
Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000
Registration Number: HNP 939J
Chassis Number: IS70923BW

Finished in Sable Brown, a very handsome period colour, with matching brown leather interior; this example, fitted with the Borg Warner automatic gearbox which suited the new model's personality, is described by its vendor as being in very good condition all round. It underwent some restoration in the United States before being imported into the UK, recent additional work includes the fitting of a new starter motor, alternator and fuel tank.

The history comes complete with Jaguar Heritage Certificate, bills for restoration work, handbooks and owner's manuals, HNP 939J is offered with a full MoT test certificate, previous MoTs, and V5C registration document.

2011-09-14 14:02:57  |  pauls writes:

Sold for £15,340

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